Penguin Project Production 2020

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JUNIE B. JONES

the musical Jr.


AUDITIONS
ARE BEING RESCHEDULED
for students who will be enrolled this coming Fall in Kindergarten--10th Grade only.



*Students must enroll in both weeks of Junie B. Jones Summer Day Camp to be in the production. These production day camps will include tech/dress rehearsals occurring during Camp Hours.


Day Camp dates are Mondays through Fridays July 6-17, 2020.
Day Camp hours are 9am-12:30pm for Kindergarten--2nd Grade that want half day camps and 9am-4pm for 2nd Grade-10th Grade that want full day camps.

*Students must also commit to all six performance dates listed below.

Perfect for the entire family!
One Hour Musical
G


Performances July 17-26, 2020

7pm Fridays

2pm Saturdays

2pm Sundays

A delightful adaptation of four of Barbara Park's best-selling books, brought to life in a delightful adaptation created specifically for youth performers.

Join Junie B. on her first day of first grade, where many changes are in store: Junie's best friend Lucille has found new best friends -— and Junie B. makes friends with Herb, the new kid at school. While in Mr. Scary's class, Junie has trouble reading the blackboard — and she may need glasses. Add in a friendly cafeteria lady, an intense kickball tournament and a "Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal," and first grade has never been more exciting.


Directed by Andrew Adcock & April Howard

TO AUDITION:
Please prepare 16-32 measures (one verse) of a Broadway song of your choice. The entire song is not needed. A pianist will be provided for those that bring sheet music. If you do not have a song prepared, please plan to sing Happy Birthday or Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.

One parent MUST accompany each actor under age 18 auditioning and parent is to fill out the audition form and sign it for the child.

Roles will be cast within the week of auditions so the student actor then gets the script and gets memorized on lines before first day of camp.


UPCOMING AUDITION DATES


If auditioning for a musical, performers should prepare 16-32 measures (one verse) of a Broadway song of your choice. The entire song is not needed. A pianist will be provided for those that bring sheet music. If you do not have a song prepared, please plan to sing Happy Birthday or Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.


If auditioning for a non-musical play, there will be cold readings from the script handed to you at the audition.  

Bring your calendar WITH you to the audition in order to write down any UNavailable dates/times on your form. We use that to create a customized rehearsal schedule based on actor availability.


One parent MUST accompany each actor under age 18 auditioning and parent is to fill out the audition form and sign it for the child.




AUDITION DATES ARE LISTED BELOW



REQUIREMENTS & INFORMATION


Audition Forms are available at the audition and are required for productions that you wish to be considered for.
Audition Notices are posted online here and on facebook, and sent via GCT e-news. Sign up for e-news here. 


BRING your calendar with you to the auditions to write down you unavailability on your audition form. Rehearsal schedule will be created based around this IF you are cast.

Auditions do not guarantee casting. 

We hope to see YOU here. All are welcome.


GCT is located at 49 York Street in Gettysburg.


IF CAST, YOU MUST ATTEND A MANDATORY ORIENTATION AND SUBMIT TO TWO FREE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA BACKGROUND CHECKS TO PARTICIPATE AT GCT.

ALL cast, crew, musicians, and volunteers must have these clearances on file for all GCT productions.







​A NOTE ABOUT CASTING & AUDITION ETIQUETTE

A great deal of thought goes into casting for each production with many different factors being taken into consideration including but not limited to: chemistry with other actors, height, vocal range/ability, dance ability, projection/articulation ability, and almost always schedule availability.


Not all casting decisions will please everyone, but it is important to respect the decisions and accept the casting and move forward in a positive light for the good of the theatre and everyone involved. Discussing or questioning casting is against policy at GCT. Good performers can find something new to learn about and improve their skills during any production. Bad performers are lazy, they complain, are disruptive, and don’t show good teamwork skills to support the good of the overall production. Be part of a team and a theatre family.

Per GCT Handbook, it is expected that you will refrain from discussing or questioning casting. Additionally, if cast, please do not post anything about casting on social media outlets until such time you see that GCT posts it on their Facebook page first. The reason for this is that some people may have not been cast or may not have been contacted yet by GCT and seeing or hearing things from others about auditions/casting can sometimes cause unnecessary anxiety or hurt feelings before the theatre has had the chance to contact everyone that auditioned. 


Be respectful and supportive of others during the audition process. For some actors it may be their very first time auditioning for a show anywhere. 


Relax and have fun. We want you to enjoy yourself and show us your best audition.